updated 09:25 am EDT, Thu April 7, 2011
Could be meant to fix battery issues
Hot off last Friday's iOS 4.3.1 release, Apple is already in the middle of developing iOS 4.3.2, says a source connected to the company. The release is expected to hit iPhones, iPads and iPod touches within about two weeks. There is no word though on whether the update will apply to CDMA iPhones, which are still stuck on v4.2.6.
The content of v4.3.2 should be similar in scope to v4.3.1, making some small enhancements while fixing glitches and security vulnerabilities. Which exact problems Apple might be hoping to fix are unknown, but there are several possibilities. Perhaps the most likely targets would be issues causing overheating and intense battery drain on iPhone 4s. While many phones may be unaffected, the flaw has been present in varying degrees since iOS 4.3.